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live from the bay area's news station >> good morning, i am marty gonzales, isabel is off today. thank you for joining us. we are expecting a hot weekend with no fog and clear skies. and the fire weather watch is in several areas of the state. and with your weekend forecast, the chicken with the jacqueline. >> warburg yesterday-check and. and the bay is a wide-warmer
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yesterday. a mild start to the day when temperatures in the 50s, low 60s. we are going to warm up very quickly from here already '70s and '80s in some areas by tuned. by 3:00 p.m.. some areas are going to be in the triple digits, inland. noon, will see the 70's, 80's. and also '70s, '80s at 3:00 p.m. along the coast. this warming trend will continue as the week progresses. your extended forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you, if jacqueline. and also, the air quality today is to keep driving to a minimum. and perhaps this is a difficult but please do not cook outside of unless it is absolutely necessary.
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>> this weekend, the working crews will continue to clean up after the san bruno explosion. to clean up the explosion and the debris, and hazardous materials. it should take 3-4 weeks. and the estimated cost is $2 billion. hundreds gathered to high remember three of the gas line explosions all of the same family. 17 year-old william, his father gregory, and his grandmother, lebroavonne ant costs several hundred people packed this church. on friday. to remember three members of this family killed in the san bruno explosion. there were from three different generations to the grandmother was a retired nurse. the father was a navy veteran and the sun was a high- school student. everybody says
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that it was a wonderful funeral service. >> anytime you have a service, moral you bring closure not only for the immediate family. and you also bring " closure with the other family. and we can get on a little bit easier. >> with known her for about 60 years. when we went to nursing school and graduated with her 1951. >> issue is a great, remarkable lady i admired her, she did a lot of things for me. that is one person and will never forget. >> to become her gentleness, patients. pam her patients loved her. she had a twinkle in her eye and a smile on her face. >> gregory liked to play jokes, and perhaps we're taking things we too seriously. >> it is a wonderful service but
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it was on fortunate that it was necessary. it is a difficult time. . >> after the service many can to this number high school for millbrae. they are going to miss all of these three family members. da lin and possible corrosion their theory is based on a similar explosion in carlsbad, new mexico in 2000. in that last investigators ruled a combination of moisture and microbes causing internal moisturcollisioncorrosion and ps also worried about the same type of corrosion in the san bruno area. >> lawyers for california inmates put to death next week will ask the superior judge to block all execution. albert
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brown is scheduled to die by lethal injection on wednesday. and as dan kerman expectsreport >> u.s. district cleared the way for conduconvicted murderer. too forward as scheduled on september 29th, in san quentin the new legal injunctiinjection chamber. and " brown filled to show the execution would represent a minimal amount of pain. >> and now, the change from one injection instead of the three injections. if the state refuses? the execution would put on hold. >> brown scylla's to options. one is with the ninth circuit-he
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still loves to different options, and the mooring county superior court. >> he still has. >> and we spoke with the law professor who specializes in the death penalty. >> law professor, at the college of the law says that the 11 page opinion answers some questions on housing execution will proceed. and also some larger questions about the future of execution. >> i think that there were surprised to unilaterally schedule and execution. the attempt to handle this in a very short window of time before wednesday. >> why is it that giving in make the choice solves the problem? >> there has some presidents, that inmates choices about this. -presidents. this is not the first time this has been done presidents. -- >> and that does not guarantee that presidentce there evidence
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that the single injection would be less painful. >> there seems to be dsome evidence in this case however not in the supreme court case relating with to this one. >> and after that? >> this has the all the makings of a hasty execution. if anybody is looking for any serious questions for the big questions? the americans and californians need to ask themselves? the are not going to find this in this situation. . and also there is not pinellas of outcry for the execution of albert brown. and a 15 year-old murder and then let out. fast jonathan blum.
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>> one of those corruption scandals and a southern california is released from jail. from bell, california. and a live look at what is going to be one of the hot spots in the bay area, walnut creek. the highs are going to be in the mid-90s. we will be right back. as the ceo of hp,
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>> one of the city officials in the corruption salary scandal is free on bail from bcoca-cola bottle. she posted bail, saying or that pink amount 8 of the former city officials that collected inflated salaries. that was the photo of one of them who was free on bail, from bell, a colorado. >> nancy and her husband durago
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aris going to be having an independent evaluation and his next court appearance is october 8th. >> and comedy central's appearance in congress. >> and a full forecast
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>> welcome back to kron 4 news this weekend in 7:15 it is going to be a beautiful bay it day. and from our mount tam cam a full picture from jacqueline bennett. >> and another five degrees warmer today. and will stay
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steady interest on sunday, andd will see a for 90's. and heading towards the bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this morning. mild. the blue is in the 50s, the green represents the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain along the coast. with what we can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and
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livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore 86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that beach will be super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not too much. >> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and point reyes and this warm
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weather will continue. hot inland. about 90 degrees on the bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more unseasonable for this time of year. >> -more seasonable. >> thank you. >> gubernatorial meg whitman was in fresno on friday. chute dependingdefending her commentse pointed to fresno's economy and unemployment rate above 50% that it is unacceptable. and with the union supporters. the unemployment rate is-15%, and
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that met with and as a wall street agenda. there is a new poll. barbara boxer is leading carly fiorina. and 40% ar s boxer, and topers and the voters are still undecided. this was 857 registered voters and the ramount o air is 4.2%. >> and steven colbert testified on migrant farm workers in front of congress and if they take money and jobs away from congress? and to experience a day in the field in upstate new york. here is the story from washington. >> sure, celebrities in front of congress but not like this. >> and if you spend all day bending over and it turns out, i did not notice that most sorrel
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is at ground level. if we can put a-soil. where is the funding? if we could put a man on the mona? i do not want a tomato pick by a mexican, i wanna pick by an american. sliced by a guatemalan, and served by 11 the venezulena, ina spoa that while i am getting a brazilian. and the plight of lighter workers, >> and when i'm putting these beans. >> and is his experience to work on a farm in new york. >> i have to do something because i'm not going out there i get a cold sweat at the site of a salad bar. >> and sometimes he was serious. >> one of the least powerful
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people in the united states our migrant workers to come in and do our work. and however, they have no rights and still we invite them to come here and then ask them to leave. >> a lot of the trademarks from him. >> a this jobs bill would help? i don't know, like many members of congress, i've not read it. >> and why is he qualified to speak? >> and this one day working in the field? >> and i think one day is for me makes an expert in everything. >> and how many were illegal aliens? >> i did not ask them for their papers. however, i have a strong urge. >> republicans for not the only skeptics and an awkward moment the ducksdemocratic chairman was so worried that he tried to kick him out. even before he spoke. >> i'm asking you to leave the committee, to submit your
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statement instead. >> i think many are eager to hear his comments. >> i'm only here by invitation. >> despite a initially that it would be a circus he thought it went well even calling him " profound ". and as the chair person who invited him that she has no regrets. she got what she wanted, attention on this issue. the media swarmed the hallway impact the committee room and she joked during the hearing that there is not been this much attention in the judiciary committee since bill clinton's and impeachment. for the mustard ahead, the d-straight ahead, thh bay area consequences. and before get to that, let us take a look of the south bay. temperatures are going to be in the mid nineties. watch of for the air quality. it is. the air day it is spare the air day in
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>> sharon shround finally was able to meet with lot code ahmadinejad, and no specific release about the conversation. >> and the drug enforcement is holding its first-ever nationwide prescription drug take back day. police departments bay-area wide will be collecting unused, expired an unwanted prescription drugs. and then, destroyed. there's a growing concern about the misuse
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of prescription drugs especially between 12-17 year-old. for a list of the specific area drop- off sites, www.dea.gov >> winslow one, was released after spending 12 hours-lindsay lohan. this is for latest mug shot. she posted $300,000 bail and she will be required to warn of alcohol monitoring bracelet and stay away from establishments that primarily sell alcohol. and with the month long sentence ordered by a judge after she filter drug test. she would return to court on october 22nd. -she filled her recent drug test. >> and bay. beach-sheet not pass for recent truck test. and also, the san mateo bridge, and a loop some sunshine.
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live from the bay area's news station >> this is the kron 4 morning news. >> a live look of sight, with warm the temperatures at hot inland. >> warmer yesterday, and even warmer today, bay area wide and temperatures are going to warm up fairly quickly. a mild start. damages are the 50s and in the 60s however, temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. and through 12:00 p.m.-noon, we will see 70's and even upper 80s. and by 4:00 p.m., we will see even triple digits and lend mostly 80s, 90s along the coast. we will see some 70's. we will continue to warm up as we
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continue with our weekend and next week. details on your forecast coming up. >> thank you, jacqueline. >> today is the annual coastal cleanup is a 26th year of this event. last year, 260,000 lbs. of trash was cleared from the bay area counties. from nine bay area counties and even more. it starts at 9:00 a.m. and will last until 12:00 p.m. in most beach locations. >> and with the construction of low-income housing. the city is getting help to clean up one a result it is able to house 92 families. craig sklar. >> this will be provided for low income housing before however, toxic materials including arsenic, that will cost one half month in dollars to clean up.
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and they have a federal grant money to clean it up. and this will be cleaned up over the few months with houses completed next year. with the low income housing shortage it is going to be replaced with this in brownfield. and with the economic downturn there is the lack of funding. >> the process of moving these begins next week, in san jose, craig sklar. >> the east bay, contra costa investigators are still looking for the sexual predatothe assait where authorities have an eye on a man was seen of the property at the same time the latest female resident was insulted. contra costa investigators want to question a man who was going door-to-door. at the park regency and walnut creek.
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soliciting carpet cleaning services. residents described them as the following, and the attacker was have the same description. with this kimmel residence from a june, july, august, they want to move out before the become the next victim. one woman has even had some of break into were apartment when she was inside. >> it was july 3rd. i was awoken of 4:2:00 p.m. and the latch went like that and the doors pushed and. -4:22 a.m., and i did what was supposed to do and assertive. and i said i have a knife, and i will use it. >> one request, no another one, ok?-one request. we have one rei are ready found one are hal
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>> and i am just never feeling safe, i always have my car keys ready. i never feel safe. >> with additional security officer defense of the entire main entrance. to try to prevent more attacks from happening. in walnut creek, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> san jose city college as on high alert with two different basal assualt they believe to be unrelated but they are targeting women on the edge of campus. >> students going to san jose college are traveling in paris. a number of precautions that they are-walking in groups. with the attempted rape of september 13th, this woman was forced into her car at 6:00 a.m., african- american, to 2 lbs.. and then a
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woman was forced against this wall on the second floor of the parking garage and was able to get away. the different subscription, with a white/hispanic with 200 under 200 lbs.. and students- faculty our word but what is going do happen next. >> that means that somebody is going to be proactive about doing something. something different. >> and this edge of campus is close to the western boundary. near bascom road and all theastn section we are expected that it is transience. >> because of the freeways in the neighboring areas. - transi ents >> craig sklar, kron 4 news. >> with more clues to the san bruno explosion. a san francisco chronicle said that microbes could have sped up the
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corruption of the gas line. and that caused the blast in the san bruno. and christine connolly? >> take a look side by side. a striking similarity. the creature of the lot was caused by the gas line explosion in san bruno. does the creatu--the crae right is from new mexico, 2000. the corrosion caused by microbes and moisture. and according to the san francisco chronicle pg&e told state regulators last year that there were word about the construction on san bruno sections pike. of spokesperson for pg&e that microbe groschen is rare. and they've made seven-microbe
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corrosion is wherrare with only seven repairs and the 10 years. and there has been a major flaw in the internal corrosion testing among pg&e. >> and that was christine connolly. www.kron.com >> and with members of the public helping out. we will explain when we come back. and another look on the golden gate bridge. a beautiful day around the bay and warm, inland. we will be right back.
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>> a an oakland, it is proof positive that the surge in calls
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to the oakland police department producing results and a high number of high-profile cases this year. haaziq madyun >> this is a surveillance photo of a suspect recently responsible for running as bankamerica. and as in some of recognize this picture and called in eight it. >> criminal does t investigation division? >> that led to his arrest later this week and a turnaround in the overall attitude. as relates to people coming forward in wanting to help investigators solve crimes. oakland police say that this is also helped with the small cases, with a also help projechigh-profile crimes,r releasing these photos? the community phoned in an ally of the beth jin and also, both
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suspects or arrested after this video was released to the public. and won a statement from a civilian said that they are tired of all the crime. in oakland. haaziq madyun >> and with curbing crime, she has seen a change. >> woodson in the last one year, when there is the credit to pieces a big change it--i would say. if that the franc in the violence to end. and there along there a there more than they used to cure it is their community. it is their children, their fathers, and fazin fact, many of these tips are from those love ones. who are pushing the community and their friends to
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the courage to come forward. so, the tips start off and get the rumors flying and then we get the information and it leads us to the witnesses and helps us solve cases and gets them charged. >> oakland police point out the possibility of losing more officers because of the continuing budget problems tips from the community are needed now, more than ever. coming up on kron 4 news this week and a new water tunnel under construction in san francisco bay. how this will be billed when we come back. before that, let us take a look outside of that is going to be built? >> and to the bay bridge toll plaza, plenty of sunshine we are expecting a hot one today. we will be right back.
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>> welcome back, 7:46 plenty of sunshine as a look over the bay area. and along this is going to last with jacqueline bennett.
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>> and another five degrees warmer today. and will it will stay like this for sunday, and upper inland will see a for 90's. and heading towards the bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this morning. mild. the blue is in the 50s, the green represents the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the -,70'd forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain along the coast. with what we can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore
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86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let 99 in livermore. us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that beach will be super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not too much. >> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and point reyes and this warm
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weather will continue. hot kron 4 7 day around the bay inland. about 90 degrees on the bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more seasonable for this time of year. >> thank you, jacqueline. this multimillion dollar project of a mass of regional whawater made d that will bring water to millions of people in the bay area. and the city officials say that this will be a safety valve to help carry water to the bay
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area after a major earthquake. >> this is the entrance shaft, the only shaft, this will be dealt with only intermediate shaft. this tunnel will be lowered from this location and every day, workers will go from this location. we have a machine that is being built especially for this project is custom built. the ground that we or anticipate two encounter. >> the completion of his 2015 and heather donald has more. >> this is where the water tunnel is going to go. 5 mi. under the san francisco bay from menlo park to new work. dozens of cities along the peninsula. - new worwark and individually, piece by piece, this war machine is going to cut this 15 ft. diameter, 5 a mile-long tunnel.
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17 ft. below the bay. a eventually, a steel pipe will be inserted it through this tunnel and that will carry the water to the bay area cities. >> thank you, heather. in sports, the giants. keeping them in first place. a perfect five innings. and in colorado there is a lot of talk about the color rockies with perhaps choose balls, and balls that have been stored in a humidor. >> that is juiced ". >> 18th st. the charges to shy of tying the all-time record of 20 games. there and 18 game streak. >> and the rangers' winning streak ended last night and the
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seventh inning, vladimir with bases clearing, a double off of leaving the wide open. and ger eron interest tick710-3, with oy nine more to go. and but kron 4 news this week and a live look. and the top restaurant checks will have that for you when we come back. ♪
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. ♪ >> good morning, everybody thank you for joining us on kron 4 news. >> and i am marty gonzales. >> i am jan wahl, with full temperatures, and a full speed ahead as many people are recovering from the san bruno explosion. a triple generation of loss >> animal fell a film festival,s going on. >> let us check-in with henry to is that treasure island and the dragon boats. >> ! >> it is one the most exciting events in the bay area at the dragon boat festival. it is a
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huge event. how is a 2000 year- old tradition, but the most exciting i have seen. we are going to be enjoying this all day i hope that you will be joining us. >> that looks like a lot of fun! >> henry. >> and a lot of warmer temperatures, a live look here walnut creek. >> warmer than yesterday. and bay area wide, it is a bit warmer than yesterday. a mild start to the day wtih temperatures in the 50s, low 60s. we are going to warm up very quickly from here already '70s and '80s in some areas by tuned. by 3:00 p.m.. some areas are going to be in the triple digits, inland. noon, will see the 70's, 80's. and also '70s, '80s at 3:00 p.m. along the coast. this warming trend will continue as the week progresses. your extended forecast in a few
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minutes. the hafts to >> thank you jacqueline, and this weekend, but the san bruno there will be continuing to clean up the debris from the gas line explosion. workers have been focusing on clearing the debris of the homes have been incinerated and the hazardous material preferences this is estimated at three-four weeks and cost2 billion billion dolla. and people came together to remember these three. the bullis'and dda lin attended the memorial service. >> several pectins presbyterian church on friday to remember these members. a several-packet this bridge to a church, from three different generations. their grandmother, lnvoanna was
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a retired nurse, and william was a high-school student in gregory was a navy veteran. >> and we have a new video. of the demolition, the cleanup that is in that blast zone. and form what is left at clairemont drive are being demolished all the way down to the concrete foundation. even some of the dirt beneath the homes are being removed. with fire hoses used to wet down the debris and loaded into trucks for removal. it should take one month. >> with the hot weather in san bruno, lest when the afternoons. my working crucial be able to work longer with less wind. and the total cost is nearly $2
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million. also the rubble of cars and trucks. >> the california inmate is requesting elbert, greenwood brown is slated to die by lethal injection on wednesday. however, a be a real law says that unless a court decision comes down soon to the execution will take place, as planned. >> and the use the hastings college of law a legal expert tells us that the 11 page ruling. of albert brown answers basic questions of how that inmates will meet his death. also other questions about the future of executions in california. he will be given the choice of a three cocktail drug injection or a single injection. some people say that it is less painful than it already has been successful in other states. if the single and checks in his chosen? a stay will be put into
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a pacin effect, and then >> henri is altered its treasure island checking of the truck and boats. >> today is going to be a perfect day! those dragon boats-- >> with thousands of paddlers. and with more detail, you are the drummer? we are the >> steersman >> 82000 your tradition and notice the drummer on number five. do you think those are a bunch of jokers? [laughter] >> this is going to be today, tomorrow, there's a lot of events for children. there is a
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lot of races. and there are going to be racing from the starting point way out there in the distance. you can see it forming and it takes 2-3 minutes for them to return. 20 peddlers off, the stillman, the drummer, and a lot of fun watching this is going to be great, perfect for this steerman and shuttle parking provided. www.kron.com and this will give you the details on how to get here. it is going to be a perfect day and by the way? admission is free! today, tomorrow and the competition will be fierce! they take this seriously coming up at the dragon festival on treasure island. ♪
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>> we are back on kron 4 news this weekend a quick look
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outside. city hall, the dome glistening in the sunshine at with plenty of sunshine expected. it is going to be down i taught in a lot of places. jacqueline bennett has our forecast. >> and another five degrees warmer today. and will it will stay like this for sunday, and upper inland will see a for bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this morning. mild. the blue is in the 50s, the green represents the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain along the coast. with what we
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can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore 86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that beach will be super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not too much. >> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect
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ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and point reyes and this warm weather will continue. hot inland. about 90 degrees on the kron 4 7 day around the bay bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more seasonable for this time of year. to have been okay, jeff and i think to some much as the midwest >> okay, jacqueline, thank you so much. have >> and with some people feared returning to flooding. when the
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evacuation snap-o friday. and- evacuation's, and others have been able near th smissouir river near mancedo. >> and the san francisco symphony is coming up and a live look at the golden gate bridge. have plenty of sunshine, hot temperatures and it is a spare the air day so try to stay out of the car, if you can.
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>> we are back on kron 4 news this weekend events happening a run the bay. the north beach art wolalk, free, and also free parking! and also, oktoberfest by the bacoy, wi authenticth
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german food, and dancing, and suds. >> and free parking ignition! the waiver means free all of it, for free. it was a beautiful day for a concert in the park. ♪ ♪ >> the san francisco symphony has safe free noontime performance at the plaza. manageable turned out for some sunshine, beautiful music. >> tonight in oakland, a benefit conferencconfefor peace in the interdistrict, a benefit concert.
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>> a member ♪ of the bay area music family, the escondido, paris escondido. and also, the bay area favorite la ventana and a portion of the ticket sales will be help to safe music programs that are being lost in the public school systems to budget cuts. >> we will be right back with henry on treasure island with the dragon boat races. >> yes, it is a scene of excitement! there are 12 different boats. and these guys are through team alameda. we are going to be catching up with these and careful, do not fall! and to find out about this great 2000 year-old tradition. when we come back.
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can cause coma andider's even death. the african black mamba can kill a man with one bite. but there's an even deadlier predator >> okay, we are live in treasure island. 16th annual san
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francisco dragon boat festival. it is happening today, tomorrow. the tradition of a dragon boat sprout, in june from the south of china, actually. dragon-boat s. most of these are from the u.s., with 3000 participants, and hanz, is the commute tell us how this works? >> yes, there are 20 paddlers. and there is a person in the back that is controlling the path and a drummer. at the front. >> with a serious intensity! >> yes, the drummer, what is the role of the drummer? >> yes. and you can see that there are different parts the drummer is the brains, they are
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inspiring to keep the pace. and with the strategic maneuvers. and also the kittecadence and te heart is deamuscles. and the dragons on the front. , is there a symbolism? >> yes, but plenty of symbolism and chinese culture. and they are made to look like a dragon and there is a lot of legend behind it. >> and certainly it the color red is popular but it goes back that an adviser to the king. 2000 years ago, and the protesters were out there and started banging the drums and hitting the water trying to keep the walker dragon away from the advisor. -what are dragon. and
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of the celery this every year and what about this race? >> yes. ---and this is happens every year. >> this celebration. >> what will happen first is that they will all come down in keaton's. it takes them about two minutes for the 500 ft -- cadence >> some are serious and some are casual. you can see the group's other gathered. to go, next and they're lined up all along the water. for the next heat. >> yes with a one to zero teams won the largest competitive dragon boat teams in the u.s.. one to zero teams. >> the train, that significant training. 120 teams >> absolute, the train year round. >> and with the
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>> the novice will do a lesser distance and the master's. and in terms of international? this water conditions can vary from place to place are there any world records? >> anny hong kong grace is an open, rough waters. and with different boats. that is the beauty of this sport a lot of diversity from the cultural origins. also a standardized testing number up of people on the boats. >> and in terms of the festival
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itself, today, tomorrow there is a lot going on. for this dragon boat racing. >> is. this is our 15th year we are excited. there are festivities off the water, and on the water, and on and the land there is a dry and land for the kids, arts, activities, stage, performance, food, train, rock climbing wall, and we think that it is becoming an outstanding family event. >> and it is a little differedit to tell? >> and kudos to my camera man who is on a hand-held floating dock. let us see if we can hear the news dramatic drums beating. >> yes and it looks like both,
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have lane no one is going to take it, this is very close! >> here they come. >> alaim1 lanes no. 1. >> and 0 my goodness and they have to go really quick. >> stop! law >> and let me tell you that the dragon boat festival is helping in treasure island. what a perfect weekend to have this event. it has been here in treasure island for six years. sfdgrragonboats.com >> and come out to enjoin us. we will have more on kron 4 news this weekend.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 >> welcome back to the kron 4 news this weekend a beautiful view of the bay area. we are expecting a beautiful day from our mount tam cam would spare the air, and a full check of your forecast in just a minute. and a spare the air sixth day this year but however, no free public transportation. in order to cut down the car traffic. previously, there's also no ban on wood burning. air quality would like to keep driving to a minimum. and perhaps if this is typical? they're also asking you to not cok out side unless it is absolutely necessar >> and contra costa county is also looking for a sexual
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assault these same park reaches the apartments at 3120 " rd a few months ago, if you attempted rapes. and reggie kumar reports that-a few. and a man that was a scene and also the latest woman president was insulted. >> contra costa sheriff's to partner wants to talk to women and that was going door-to-door selling carpet cleaning services. september 16th. the same person a 27 year-old woman was sexually assaulted at here in walnut creek. become you can see this that the victim was entering her apartment and he is described as a full beard, white male, wearing jeans and a short sleeve hoodie sweatshirt. reggie kumar, kron 4 news.
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>> and on the heels of the san bruno, the gas transmission pipeline in the city of san francisco. pg&e has provided a copy of the map that shows all of the cast and distribution lines and san francisco city officials are not releasing this because of security reasons. the fire chief, says that an initial review is reassuring. >> the pressure at the line of san bruno is 375 per square inch. what i'm told and into san francisco is half of that, less than half of that, 145-1 50 lbs. per square inch. not in densely populated areas. that was reassuring. the south west corridor of the city and in a concentrated area, not in the density populated area of center cisco. you know, we could release some general
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information should be reassured and certainly reassured after my preliminary review of the map, maintenance schedules. there is some work that needs to be done. i do not know specifically would get. also, i believe that it is a valid to be concerned about somebody who has this information of my not be thinking about their health? >> and city officials will be meeting again with pg&e on wednesday. there will be requesting more details on the age, the maintenance records of the city gas lines. >> let us check with the weather. >> and another five degrees warmer today. and will it will stay like this for sunday, and upper inland will see a for 90's. and heading towards the bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this
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morning. mild. the blue is in the 50s, the green represents the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the --70's, orange forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain along the coast. with what we can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore 86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that
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beach will be super super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not ideal, with the crowds. too much. >> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and point reyes and this warm kron 4 7 day around the bay weather will continue. hot inland. about 90 degrees on the bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on
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monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more seasonable for this time of year. >> alright, jacqueline, thank you. have paid area baseball. highlights coming up. often bay area baseball
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pachelbel all right turning to the sports it was just enough hitting. for the rockies' last night and >> all right, and a perfect five innings for the giants. as he sets down the rockies in denver. a lot of talk about the rockies mixing and balls off the been stored in the humidor " use " tar ball juiced balls, that perr runs. the giants when that! a
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home run, 2-1, they stay in first place. the a's are hoping to keep their rangers but they have one big step closer vladimir a double the cleared the bases. a three-run double. to protect the grain wide open. the rangers with a 10-0 win with only nine games to go. >> now, it is 8:40. let us check-in with jan. >> this is 0 exciting! the millbrae film festival. and so exciting, incredible tributes, the mill valley film festival when we get back. tributes
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>> this looks like pixar, tim hittle, and all the great people from pixar the mill valley film festival, the ed norton tribute. and the mill valley starts october 7th. an amazing group of movies. the 33rd annual. and the founder, mark fashion. so glad to have you here. what amazing- fishkin i've never seen a lineup this could. remarkable! and i have already seen this, and everybody, please! the king's speech, colin furth placed king george the
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sixth in jeopardy brushed plays his speech therapist and it is be on a brilliant. and also convection. >> a great film with hillary swank and the first case of dna, a vibrant, true story. >> and that starts from daly city. >> yes! we were to the chronicle. and pamela gray and a walk on the mon what diane lane. >> and about woodstock. >> and it is a tremendous film. >> tony goldman, the director of coast. the mill valley film festival turns this town of mill valley and turns it into a movie paradise everybody is talking, having fun and it is just a
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blast! >> and even the most rigid producer becomes accessible, and of course in some rough idle at the beautiful film festival. the a lot-sinophile. >> some of these beautiful films. the san rafael. >> and this is an inside program. and he is a fantastic animator. we have films for children. >> i love this documentary. >> jack pardiff one of the premier and cinematographers who work with michael pal. >> amazing. and also, dorothea lane if you are interested in photography. >> with robert nielsen, a you local filmmaker, nancy kelly
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capable documentary called a trust. on the theater program. who have worked with the children that of had a difficult time. >> and your tribute is annette bening, ed norton, and alessandrjandro and we're also g to be honoring chains franco. there is quite a lineup. -james franco. >> he is in howell. it is remarkable! and >> is that correct? >> you can you can google mill valley film >> and wall street. and there it is, gordon gecko with oliver
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stone directing. and i will tell you that this is worth seeing. it is worth your time and money. the movies that are worth seeing on the big screen with gorgeous cinematography. with wall street, is that good! it is like the one to the festival. and i will continue. wall street, everybody works and who knew? shilo is so good! the cinematography. and james franco as gineberg >> rob epstein , the cellulide closet and extremely provocative. and howl and a lot
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of it is a trial. like a monkey toro, very interesting. >> and this is a good-looking guy! >> and it is a no valley film festival get there, folks. and lot and, it is amazing. and i want to tell everybody that i'm doing a big crews on the danube for the san francisco opera. tomsgroupcruises. com and also with >> and nice job. you know, a lot of people have this guy has his entire body in a barrel. and also a remarkable acrobat. one of the entertainers at the san
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francisco chinese dragon boat festival. we will be right back.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 news weekend. we are on the treasure island. the san francisco dragon the stubble. some of the boats getting ready-san francisco dragon festival it is also an entertainment, food, and even some whininwine in the form of e is an acrobat, a contortionist, juggler, and the inventor of the shanghai acrobatic school. and he is not from shanghai where are you from? >> i was born in san francisco, chinatown. >> and how to end up being an
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acrobat? >> you know, growing up in north beach i enjoyed seeing the acrobats, and i decided one day that i wanted to be one. >> and if your parents were thrilled? >> and a move to china and the there for 70 years. learning acrobats and how to speak chinese, mandarin--seven years. it was very rewarding. >> and you are going to be one of the folks performing. >> and yes, to show some of these tricks that you were in shanghai. can you show this? >> this is called building blocks on handstand. >> this is true chinese acrobat routine. have you ever done acrobat's before? >> prior to doing acrobatics, i was just a regular guy. not doing much anything. however, i went to china to train. that was
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really good. >> i should explain it to people that not only are we asking wayne to do acrobatics, we are also he is cbeing interviewed, that is a real feat. and how long did you spend studying this? >> i spent almost seven years and china. in china and it was a great journey. to come back with the skills. >> and in addition to the balance, it is the remarkable strength of that is involved. do you undergo specific conditioning before you can do this? >> a lot of strength, balance, and a lot of. >> excuse me, come on over here that was fabulous. >> and your turn to get on camera, go for it! >> are you going to fill me?
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>> [laughter] >> and as we do mom. >> and thank you [laughter] >> and just wave to somebody >> and there's always somebody that wants to be on television. >> and you can even disappear in a barrel can you show us that? >> absolutely >> and we call this the beryl contortionist act. it is a traditional chinese back to. contortionist's act. >> weight-loss, the barrel with loss. >> the way it works that if you can fit into a barrel you have lost enough weight. let us just watch.
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>> the real trick is to do that with a microphone, there you go. >> all right. [applause] >> in my turn! >> my turn! >> and waow! we have an entire crowd at this festival behind me. they are going to study this. you guys are next! >> and it is happening here. the san francisco dragon boat festival. wayne is part of the red panda acrobats. >> to they want 30 today, 11:30 tomorrow. >> red panda acrobats,-130
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there's a couple months in between parts. so, one at a time. [ male announcer ] wells fargo. with you when it's time to save. ♪ live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for joining us. i am marty gonzales. >> i am jan wahl with the upper 90s, and in the news, will of the latest on the san bruno cleanup and also this movie, farewell. >> and the triple generation parish. >> story night is right here and in san francisco museum. storary
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-night. >> and also, let us check-in with henry was at treasure island. >> and the san francisco dragon boat festival free, font, watch some of these amateurs and virtual professionals. free, fun. talking about that, coming up. >> we will check back with you in a few minutes and a live look of sight. human cell how beautiful it was a treasure island a look fifth >> and you saw how beautiful it was out at jait was. jacqueline bennett ensure complete forecast.
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>> warmer than yesterday. and bay area wide, it is a bit warmer than yesterday. a mild start to the day wtih temperatures in the 50s, low 60s. we are going to warm up very quickly from here already '70s and '80s in some areas by tuned. by 3:00 p.m.. some areas are going to be in the triple digits, inland. noon, will see the 70's, 80's. and also '70s, '80s at 3:00 p.m. along the coast. this warming trend will continue as the week progresses. your extended forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you, jacqueline and on to the news this week and, working cruz and san bruno will be continued to clean up the debris of the gas line explosion. workers have been focusing on cleaning up the hazardous debris and cars. and the estimated cost is $2 million and it should take three-four weeks at least. >> and hundreds gathered to remember the bullis'and kron 4
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spoke to the friday moramemorial service. >> the first presbyterian was packed to remember three members killed in the san bruno gas line explosion. those victims were from three different generations the grandmother was a retired nurse. the father was a in the navy, and the sun was a high- school student. everybody says that it was a wonderful funeral service. >> and the timing of a funeral service and moral it brings closure to the immediate family and the rest of us as well. - memorial service. and we can move on a little bit longer. >> we knew lavonne for 63 years. and we've graduated with the nursing school in 1951. she was a great, remarkable lady. i
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admired her. she did a lot of things for me. that is one person i will never forget. >> to me, her gentleman is, and her patients loved her. her gentleness--a twinkle in her on the end a smile on her face. >> greg like to play jokes, trickster, and i feel like we need more love and laughter and our life. there is many pool that could use a less serious approach. >> it was a difficult buservice >> and in millbrae, and high schools service. the woman's 03, and reporting in a millbrae, i am oda lin, kron 4 news. >> and the corrosion is
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possible for the san bruno explosion. . and that led to the explosion in the san francisco chronicle said that the california regulators last year that they were worried about the same type of corrosion and the san bruno pike. >> lawyers for a dashed b >and to block all sustained execution elbert green what brown. is scheduled to die a legal injunctioection on wed >> james fogel, u.s. district attorney judge is clearing the way for a judge has given the
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option to be a single drug injection instead of a triple drug introductioand if he choose drug injection? and the execution to be put on hold. brown still has two different options to stop the execution. one is with the ninth district court of appeals and the other is within marin county supreme court. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> henry tannenbaum has been enjoying these trucks and boats on the bay. >> you can see the are loading up the next group. -boats. groups. and as they are getting started, this is where they form. >> did you finish? >> yes.
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>> how did it go? >> second place. >> great! >> me more, there is a strategy meeting going on and let me see what is going on to what they have to say. >> and to push yourself harder than you ever thought you could. focus! the task. ignore the television camera. >> these folks are really serious. >> and to push ourselves harder than you really ever could. >> please let me interrupt, is this recreation, competition? >> this is hard-core competition! >> where are you from? >> and how often the practice? >> 3 times per week. we train all year. >> and this is the quickest growing water sport. and you to get yourself ready and this is the quickest growing water sport to have. you can see there are people that are dedicated,
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that are having a lot of fun doing this. let us take a quick peek. to see if this race has started. no. naturally, will not be able to see it but you can see that they are boarding other winext heat. pretty exciting of the treasure island, with other events, shuttle buses for all the details go to www.sfdragonboat.com and henry's garden is coming up
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s group. so what are we testing here? that's our new pastrami grilled sandwich. oh, great. hey, are they happy we got rid of the rye bread? totally. they love our grilled artisan bread. they say it's the perfect compliment to the classic hot pastrami, melting cheese, deli mustard and pickles. awesome. hey, um what are we testing in that room? oh! nothing we were just hazin' the intern.
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>> to have details on that and let us look outside because it is a lovely weekend on the bay. to take a look at the golden gate, hot, inland. we will have your forecast, coming up.
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>> today, it is spare the air
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date. to be extra careful, with very hot temperatures in the south bay and inland let us check-in with jacqueline bennett for the forecast. >> and another five degrees warmer today. and will it will stay like this for sunday, and upper inland will see a for 90's. and heading towards the bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this morning. mild. the blue is in the 50s, the green represents the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the
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forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain along the coast. with what we can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore 86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that beach will be super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not too much.
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>> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and point reyes and this warm kron 4 7 day around the bay weather will continue. hot inland. about 90 degrees on the bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more seasonable for this time of year. >> all right, jack and thank you and back to the news. the d e a has a first prescription take back day. police departments, in the bay area will be collecting on it used, expired and on one
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to prescription drugs. there will be, destroyed. on use-not , and there is a growing abuse of prescription drugs with the growing number of 12-17 years old. for the entire list of the bay area? www deaea.gov >> and lindsay lohan posted bail but she is going to be required to wear and all the hall monitor bracelet and stay away from a establishments that sell alcohol. after she filled her recent drug test she is due back in court in october. she has not passed recent drug test. and henry's garden, is coming up, next.
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>> welcome back, on this edition of henry's garden. >> we will return to that, see if we can get that fixed. however, ridgeback. [ woman on tv ] if you won't let me in, you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. ♪ >> we are taking a live look outside the san francisco a beautiful day. plenty of blue sky. welcome back, will try to resurrect henry's garden and in the meantime, let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >> warmer than yesterday. and bay area wide, it is a bit warmer than yesterday. a mild start to the day wtih temperatures in the 50s, low
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60s. we are going to warm up very quickly from here already '70s and '80s in some areas by tuned. by 3:00 p.m.. some areas are going to be in the triple digits, inland. noon, will see the 70's, 80's. and also '70s, '80s at 3:00 p.m. along the coast. this warming trend will continue as the week progresses. your extended forecast in a few minutes. >> jacqueline, thank you, 80,000 volunteers will be descending upon bay area beaches for the annual coastal cleanup. the 26 that year. last year, 260,000 lbs. of trash were cleared and this year, more expected. that begins at 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. noon at most locations. to the south bay, there are trying to build more low income housing. however, some areas are on safnot safe. and craig sklars
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that story. >> this lot will be the home to low income housing not before chemical and soil tatoxic testi. and the substance control is funneling federal government money. and houses will begin pleaded next year. the city is short of low income housing however, the lack of funding during this economic downturn has been stalling the process. the chemical and l aand removal of this section. will begin next week. >> and gubernatorial candidate meg whitman that what she said when she compared fresno, calif. to detroit. the unemployment above the 15%, and she says is
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unacceptable. 80 union supporters criticizing that comparison that meg whitman has a wall street agenda. there is a new field poll that barbara boxer is widening the gap over the challenger, carly fiorina. 47 percent say that would support barbara boxer compared to 41 percent that support carly fiorina. however, 12 percent are undecided and that is with a registered california voters and a 4.1 percent margin of error. >> 9:28. jan. >> this man, james buchanan, and he would be the president, right? wrong. >> take to [laughter] >> van gogh starry starry night the museum, this is part to this is what you will say. is a
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remarkable, remarkable and you must be there. it is all because of my good friend, mr. buchanan who used to run the country. now, he runs and art show and this is incredible and you must have this card will highlight this new the sequel, better, but hasn't ever. when we return. ♪ [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp,
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♪ >> oh my gosh! looked at this you see you can actually briered macthe same air, and just amazi, the icons of >> it is right there! >> james buchanan, the fine arts museum director. and the legion
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of honor, right now, and i was weeping. weeping. because i stood in front of this painting. this painting. you will also be weeping it is so beautiful and it is the van gogh " starry night " we're the only museum in the world! >> we're so lucky. and with some restoration of galleries >> the musee d'orsey in paris and the director of the paris museum as it would like this? and of course! some of the classic impressionists. now, the we have part two. van gogh, gauguin, and beyond! the post impressions. and the impressions that reinvented themselves,
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monet, degas, and i cannot believe! it is just, really. >> and look at gauguin. >> that is one of my favorites, between torn between christianity. and that pagan from tahiti. fed >> look of his sneaky eyes when you see that in person is amazing. >> and this is cezanne and picaso the great wonderful comparison between a great picasso and madame cezanne he was from provence, the south of france and painted, continually. and representative of the exhibition. is a treasure trove. >> and it is >> and his beloved homeland. the extraordinary painting because
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of this wonderful composition and the front but yet the mise en scene in the back >> and the debt, the lighting, the color. >> is about the palate, the color, the liking. the exhibition is so beautifully laid out. the lighting. -- saturday when i went and to see the first i was just brought to my kneecaps. when you see that john singer sargent's and the run enoir's girls nt the piano. >> and let us speak about the lighting. the lighting is remarkable. >> to you know that they are coming together fifth anniversary. and that the fifth anniversary in mid-october. we
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have had over 8 million visitors since you and i come on that. 432,000 came to see some impressions this is the dough can with the fabulous the japanese influence. the upper right hand, gauguin--and the sculpture made by himself and. >> i cannot believe the sculptures of this large goblet is amazing! >> woodcarving. >> and now we are thinking that he is perhaps he is the one that cut off the year of van gogh? >> to see the movie, lust for life. >> and decadent. >> and he was torn between the life of a bourgeois business person or the bohemian style of a violent tahiti. >> we have the great contrast. the >> and look at this full of fat. >> and renoir became so
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arthritic. they would have to strap paintbrushes on his hand >> and here is carmen. >> huge! the monumental. pomona the great dancers. a spanish exotic dancer. and the great surrot and it is all there! >> this is the most exciting and june lynch tells me that everybody has to get there, early to not wait. this is it! it is the van gogh, gauguin, cezanne and beyond and it is the most exciting exhibit. you will not believe it. take young people to give them this gift, the wonderful people wonderful peopledeyoung has given us an absolutely fabulous. and let me quickly remind you that there
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is jump, jive, swing. at the frock morton froca time to dancd have a great time and also bloomingdale is doing a benefit for pets, unlimited. a chance for your pet, to premier bennetto bring your pets, and tn thing is this mean exhibit, get to the deyoung >> thank you, jan. and this is it >> back to you. >> john, congratulations for a fantastic year at the deyoung museum. >> and back to henry, with the drug and boldeaters and this is fairly equipment-intensive! we will talk all you can get into
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shape and get involved. that is coming up on kron 4 news this w ♪
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>> so, we are here at the san francisco boat race, right here on treasure island. and i am a little bit afraid of water so we decided a different way it [laughter] >> and these are >> these are simulators? >> we are on land! we're not going anywhere. and dean can you get a shot of those real dragon pokers. these are simulators and they're darn good! and you cannot even have to have the boat. the president of the san francisco wax museum. you are a dragon the bordeborder? yes, thy third event, with 20,000 people.
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racing from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. >> and these are major social, what music, entertainment, food, and food trucks coming out. >> and it is great, the people that to the paddling come from all over, even canada. and do you know each other? >> yes, competitive and also a great community event people are out here having a great time. >> that is why we should use this beautiful water. >> some strange, weird folks [laughter] >> and for example. i guess they are normal. >> anyway. we have and working on these machines. this is actually a very interesting it could be equipment-intensive. and jeff campbell is with double dragon boating out of vancouver. >> where is your paddle? >> first of all there is a
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specific pedal. and dean, please grab a shot of those people. >> and this pedal is specifically defined? >> yes, these are modeled after current traditional peddle the standard shape around the world. >> what about the boat themselves? >> absolutely! we are probably selling boats from china with have been making them for thousands of years and international standard. all of the boats are the same, same shape, weight it makes it all, there. >> and it is perhaps misleading to look at that-so it is all fair, it is not that big. and so this is >> absolutely, very low center of gravity, like a ferrari. >> and like a furry, you just press the pedal. >> and other things,--foreign, and also. but this goes for
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about $209 >> the simulators? >> $2000. >> what other gear? >> with a paddle backs, life jackets, paddle backs, and >> wax? >> yes, to grip it, nicely. >> sex? >> it is just a surfing slang. >> and this is something. >> and henry, you cannot keep that i need that back [laughter] >> and in addition, there is entertainment, food, and a dragon over there. and i ignored him. and if you like more information on this event? go to www.sfdragonboat.com and
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a lot of kid activity. >> with shovels, and for the exact details. -with shuttle buses-- >> what a great time, and thank you for joining us. and congratulations, to our camera man, dean. pretty amazing shots. and to end with a beautiful shot of the beautiful view. >> marty? >> thank you, henry. speaking of fantastic days, the forecast coming up and also henry's garden takes you when we come back.
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>> a live look outside a downtown san francisco the trans america and a pyramid. a beautiful day in this city. and a beautiful day at the bay. we are at treasure island look in at the dragon boat competition.
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and let us check-in with jacqueline bennett. ra>> and another five degrees warmer today. and will it will stay like this for sunday, and upper inland will see a for 90's. and heading towards the bayshore, temperatures in the upper 80s, low 90s, 70's along the coast. more on the extended forecast in just a moment. first, let us speak about this morning. mild. the blue is in the 60s. wide spread 60s however, a quick warm up. by 12:00 p.m.-noon, 80s! in the inland area. representative of the orange. seven is along the forecast. by 4:00 p.m., a lot of 90's creeping in to the delta, inland and even the south bay. and the 70's will maintain
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along the coast. with what we can expect is 90 in napa, upper 90s for our inland spots. 99 and livermore! 76 and half moon bay and all along the bay shore 86, low 90s along the with the south bay. this will not be a bad weekend to go to the beach. let us take a look up and down the coast with plenty of sunshine. in the santa cruz, near 80! and i think that that beach will be super crowd it up and on the coast line. and the wind will be light. 10-15 mph in these swells are not going to be too terrible. for the surfers, not too much. >> and with half moon bay, 76, 78 in ocean beach. i suspect ocean beach will be fairly crowded as well as stinson and can you blame them? a 76 and
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point reyes and this warm weather will continue. hot inland. about 90 degrees on the kron 4 7 day around the bay bayshore, and peak heating on monday. that is one of the triple digits, inland. 90s along the bay shore and this will be stifling on monday. thankfully, it is only one day and then on tuesday, a cool off. and then towards next week a various degrees of cooling with thursday, friday temperatures will be much more seasonable for this time of year. ♪ >> to most people, hydrangea is completely a mystery because i know that when the rainy season comes. and you are supposed to
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prune these and how to properly prune a hydrangea? >> it is for example, to take those old and if they are on the ground? >> to print them. >> yes. you could have done this six, eight, 10 weeks ago. - pruned the lot and hydrangeas bloom along the second year. so you might as well below the first year wood and this is how get lost. >> you are making this too complicated. >> and i am confused. >> let me what i do not understand is that they bloom on the second year wood. >> this is first year wood, you
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do not want to cut that, because that is where it will plummet. >> and it is easy to recognize old, gray, like you will [laughter] >> and feel free to prove that because of the not long on that that out. you can-prune that because of what not long. >> yes, after that you can shape, reduce the center growth. and >> with two different branches, this one. the one that is old. >> and then we have this one. like it does. which one would you cut? >> and this is the old one so i
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would take this right to the base. >> and to cut debt further. >> and even further! >> and this one, since there is a little but i will cut it here because this shootoff is old wood, but maybe cut this here >> at the joint, to where the bud will form. >> wow! >> and if you're looking to plant it [applause] new hydrangeas. you can avoid these altogether because it is the end of summer. and it will bloom on both. >> and now you are confusing us! >> and the next question. really quickly, how to get these to
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color? >> if you want to change the ph level of the soil. this is acid to lower. >> and also if you want pink? the more phosphate. >> yes. and www.kron.com or he nrysgarden.com that is how you can impact the color of the high ridges, to modify the sorrel acidic level. >> and to benefit a headline event, the escondidos. ♪
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>> listening to a sample from paris escondido. to help save the music and of the san leandro. >> and la ventana is the opener, and form or affirmation, just go to www information. >> me sausee de'orsey is amazing. and look at how decadent, debauched, that is a gauguin. and the deyoung and lunafest, woman's film festival.
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